July 2020
Welcome to NNJ Journey to Excitement! This newsletter highlights all of the great programs that happened in our council over the last month. If you want your unit, event, or program to be featured for all to see, submit photos and descriptions to communications@nnjbsa.org. Also be sure to use #nnjcgoodturn on Facebook and Instagram to share positive stories from the community!

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NNJC Special Community Service Recognition - COVID-19

Say THANK YOU to your Scouts, Scouters & Volunteers with a Limited Edition Patches Requirements: - Minimum 5 hours service for each participant. - Service hours must be recorded in “Service Hours Reporting” system. (Details on the back of this flyer) Patches may be purchased at the NNJC Service Center. (Purchase form on the back of this flyer)
Over the past few weeks Scouts have been sending us their #NNJCGoodTurns
This could be you!
Want to see your unit featured in our monthly newsletter? Submit photos and descriptions to communications@nnjbsa.org
NoBe Everywhere

NoBe Everywhere had over 900 Campers from 15 councils, and 9 states. We had scouts from; California, Colorado, Georgia, and South Carolina join us to work on the over 40 merit badges offered this summer.
Camp Cub-Connect

Thank you to all our wonderful campers who joined us for our Virtual-Hybrid Day Camp.
We had a blast, but the Summer isn't over yet!
We are offering Cub-Connect Adventures To-Go .
Perfect to take with you on a family trip or to catch up on a week that your missed of camp. The boxes will help you earn 2 rank advancements! They also come with Arts & Crafts, Nature, Scout Skills, and a Bonus activity. Scouts can work at their own pace as they watch the prerecorded videos.

Open to all youth entering grades 1-5 in September.

Boxes can be shipped to you or picked up at the Service Center in Oakland, NJ. (25 Ramapo Valley Rd)
Boxes can be picked-up starting Friday, August 7.

NoBe Quarter Master
While the campers tuned in virtually for NoBe Everywhere the staff was at camp doing program and working around the camp. The NoBe staff worked to help replace half the roof of the Quarter Master with a special thanks to Bob Johnson, Todd Scheuren, Eric Rogers, Joe Justis, and Anthony DeVitis.
The BSA cited unresolved issues surrounding the ongoing pandemic as the reasoning behind the difficult decision.
NNJC Scouting from Home Idea Exchange

This interactive Facebook page is the official NNJC Scouting From Home Idea Exchange. Here, leaders from across the Council can ask questions and share different ideas for helping Scouts continue their adventure from home. Please review the posting guidelines prior to submitting posts. Posts are subject to approval by our Commissioner Staff prior to being made public.

Feel free to reach out to a Commissioner or Professional if you have any questions!